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Center for Access to Justice Peace and Human Rights

Freetown, Sierra Leone
Joined December 2012
Presence in: Sierra Leone

Center for Access to Justice Peace and Human Rights (CAJPHR) is a legal empowerment Non Governmental local/national organization that works to promote access to justice, peace and the protection, enhancement and promotion of human rights of rural communities is in Sierra Leone through trainings, outreach work,legal aid services, community sensitization and advocacy.

Our operational areas for now include Waterloo Rural District, in the Western area, Moyamba and Pujehun districts in Southern Sierra Leone.

Our Head office is located at 124B Liverpool Street, Benguema, Waterloo and our branch office is at Medewa section Johnny Layout off Shellmingo Bo, southern Sierra Leone.
CAJPHR is a new organization that is currently providing free legail aid services for vulnerable peole in the Waterloo community and in Pujehun. There currently three paralegals working on voluntary basis with the laywer for the organization.

People Associated With This Organization

John Widijantoro

Indonesia  
Center for Access to Justice Peace and...
Joined March 2012
I'm an activist of consumer organization and a lecturer on consumer law in law school of the university of atma jaya yogyakarta, Indonesia

Patrick John Bull

Sierra Leone  
Center for Access to Justice Peace and...
Joined June 2012
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
I am a barrister-at law, a law lecturer and a human rights activist. I have been in practice for eight years now and mainly engaged in the provision of legal aid services through an indigenous voluntary organization, Centre for Access to Justice Peace and Human Rights. Our services include provision of paralegal services to vulnerable communities in Sierra Leone including landholding families, women and children. We also provide services for prisoners and juveniles.

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Patrick John Bull is the network champion (main point of contact) for Center for Access to Justice Peace and Human Rights.

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